SECTION 1. Notwithstanding Section 17 of Chapter 138 of the General Laws, or any other general or special law to the contrary, the licensing authority of the Town of Dedham may grant one (1) additional license for the sale of beer and wine to be drunk on the premises under Section 12 of said Chapter 138. The licenses shall be subject to all of said Chapter 138, except said Section 17.
SECTION 2. The licensing authority shall restrict the license granted under Section 1 above to a site specific location at 573 High Street in Dedham Square. License issued pursuant to this Act shall be non-transferable to any other location, persons, corporations, or organizations.
SECTION 3. Notwithstanding Sections 12 and 77 of Chapter 138 of the General Laws, the licensing authority for the Town of Dedham may restrict the licenses issued pursuant to this Act to holders of common victualler licenses.
SECTION 4. The additional licenses authorized by this Act shall be subject to an original application fee of $5,000.00 more than the annual fee for existing alcoholic beverages licenses in the Town of Dedham. The additional $5,000.00 fee shall be deposited into an economic development account in the Town of Dedham and expended consistently with the purposes of such account.
SECTION 5. The license granted under this Act if revoked or no longer in use, may be granted by the licensing authority to new applicants who meet the criteria of this Act.
SECTION 6. This Act shall take effect upon its passage.
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